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answered Setting a reminder date with workflow
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comment Designing a form in SharePoint 2010 based on list
If you make your own ASPX file from a blank page, you can add your own CSS to it to make it look like you want. Then use JQuery to update your list items on button click. What you have is very simple to do as far as looks and CSS needs. You can get the table view by using a DataView Web Part.
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answered Designing a form in SharePoint 2010 based on list
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answered SPServices - GetGroupCollectionFromUser - Limit Scope to Current SP Site
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comment SharePoint Workflow Start Date
You can add a column in your list for this meta data and fill it with the date it was ran, or you can find the date it was started in your log files.
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answered Filling in Lookup columns with AD information SP2013
Jul
22
answered What permission level is need to view past versions of a document?
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comment Assigning access to subfolder in Document Library
Might I suggest using extra list instead of folders. You can have all permission control, and folders are just a bad idea in SharePoint. Folders make your URLs too long and you can lose your files if you exceed 256 characters in your URL. Also, it can turn into a permissions nightmare once you start getting too many folders in the list. Plus it is harder for the search crawlers to find your stuff. Folders are so 90's man :)
Jul
22
comment Digital World Clock SharePoint Web Part
I have created world clocks in SharePoint before. I had to use an ASMX web service with JQuery to get the different time zones and daylight savings time differences. Look into web services.
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comment Sharepoint user preview
What Browser are they using? SharePoint requires Active X controls, and (not sure what SHarePoint version you are using) as of 2010, SharePoint uses Silverlight quite a bit too. Make sure you have them install Silverlight and make sure they are using a compatible browser like IE or FireFox (if 2010, if 2007 FF causes CSS and functionality errors)
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comment All Attachments Need to be Downloaded
Yes. I made a custom permission level to which they could only just look at the list item. When the attachment is opened, they can edit it and save the edit back to the attachment. I know in a Document library it will stay read-only, but I am using a custom list and would like them not to be able to open it at all. Just download.
Jun
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comment All Attachments Need to be Downloaded
Does not matter for attachments. They are still given the option to edit the item once opened in Word. When they save it, it saves to the attachment. I need to prevent that. I do not want to use a document library either.
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asked All Attachments Need to be Downloaded
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comment View error on AllItems.aspx
Create a new view to query less, or more spacific items. In SP 2013, you can store 30 million records in a list. The threshold is based off of the amount of items returned in the view. You can also set you item threshold limit in Central Admin.Here is a link to the limits of SharePoint technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc262787.aspx#ListLibrary
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answered Same item being modified and accessed by workflows simultaneously
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comment How many server licenses do I need for SharePoint 2013?
This is the right answer. I just recently had to do this myself for my company.
Jun
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comment Query list in designer workflow
Try carrying over the list ID from the first list to the second. Make a new field in the second list called ItemID or whatever. Pass the ID of the first lists items to the second. Then you can use the ItemID column in the second list to connect the two seperate list items together in workflow. in you workflow setting say get this value from this list where ID = ItemID.
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comment Map SharePoint List with Calender
You should be able to add and update any of your list with a site collection feature in VS to read the date on the one, and based off of your condition, update the calander event. Also, you could do this on the front-end with SPService UpdateListItem API.